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Familiar streets: a Paddington estate

When I first looked at Bernard Selwwyn’s pictures of 1950s Paddington I had no idea I was working with someone who knew a great deal more about the area than me. 1,739 more words

20th Century

Captain Korolev comes to Paddington

Author William Ryan visited Paddington Library recently and gave a talk about his crime fiction, set in Moscow in the 1930s.

William has written three novels in the… 73 more words


Paddington, London

After 24 hours of flying I have made it to Paddington, where I will be staying just for one night before heading on to Africa. … 236 more words


Paddington's Peru and the Nukiller Plan

A film about Paddington’s Peru – the real andean bears, the ice cap and the people

about to be shafted by the UK’s nuclear fanaticism. 265 more words

Radioactive Groundwater

Catch Up Posts: Day 18


I’m sitting at Heathrow right now, and I’m writing about my third day in London. This was the day that we ventured off on the National Rail from Paddington Station towards Windsor Castle, and visited Harrods Department Store. 1,274 more words


Paddington's Fan-tastic Bridge on test

The Fan Bridge at Paddington Basin was on test late afternoon/early evening today (28th July) and could be seen raised to the fullest extent.

Here’s an article from the… 80 more words

Edgware Road

July 28: Dinner and a movie at The Barracks

At the top of Caxton Street you’ll find what was once part of the Victoria Barracks. In 2008, The Barracks opened as a retail development, which includes a supermarket, cafes, restaurants, a cinema and other specialty stores. 82 more words

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